TIRANA (Albania), January 27 (SeeNews) - Albania's finance ministry will offer 12.2 billion leks ($113.3 million/101.1 million euro) worth of one-year and six-month Treasury bills at two auctions on February 1, central bank data shows.
The finance ministry will offer 11.2 billion leks worth of one-year Treasury bills that will mature on February 2, 2023, the data shows. Some 3.2 billion leks worth of the offer is reserved for the central bank.
The finance ministry will also offer 1 billion leks worth of six-month government securities with a maturity date of August 4, 2022. Some 300 million leks worth of the offer is reserved for the central bank.
(1 euro = 120.653 leks)